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Travel Blogs from Bad Ischl
... The Archbishop had a surprise awaiting his guests as they dined al fresco. His seat of course, stayed dry. One of the most impressive was a golden conical shaped crown shot up into the air by one jet of water. It even hit the ceiling of the grotto. How to poke fun at your guests. Have a look at the goblin. The kids thought it was hilarious. So did the adults. Inset into the banks of a small stream were small moving ...
... in Salzburg as I mostly was using it as a spot between Budapest and Zurich, so I was determined to see a bit of the city but didn't end up doing much other than walking around for a few hours and then going back to my hostel and resting, reading a bunch more of Sherlock Holmes short stories (I will be quite sad when there are no more to read!). My hostel at least had some decent ...
... Stef and Pat dropped us off downtown, while they went up to the Eagle's Nest in Berchtesgarten and the Salt mines. We decided to take a city bus tour. We thoroughly enjoyed seeing many things and learning about them. Though I have seen the house from Sound of Music, i think I enjoyed seeing it even more this time. What a treat. After the bus we needed to find something else to do that didn't require much walking so we took the boat trip. It was beautiful and the ...
We all loved our hotel. Hard to believe since it was called Motel 1. It is a new chain designed for business people. It has the W flair with minimal foo foo. Had a great breakfast there today. When I first came I had 1/2 of a roll for breakfast. Then I moved up to 1 roll, then 1 1/2 and today it was a 2 roll morning. Yikes. We walked in downtown Munich shopping in the rain. We went back to the Hof Brau house hoping my jacket was ...
... decent camera between the four of us – the iPhone would have to suffice. Though had we known the bad weather we’d encounter over the next few days, we wouldn’t have been so ******* ourselves.
Combining Austrian and Australian culture, we cooked up a BBQ with Austrian sausages and took a midnight swim in the enclosed pool. All great fun and as good a way to start our trip as possible, given the weather.
The next day ...
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